Definition of Genomics, structural
Genomics, structural: The study of the proteome, the three-dimensional structures of all of the proteins produced by a species. In the Human Genome Project, the sequence of all the DNA in our genome was largely deciphered. Structural genomics aims to achieve a comparable degree of understanding of the proteome.Source: MedTerms™ Medical Dictionary
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